I've been away from Ktog for some time, but kel-tec just keeps bringing me back. No other company rides the edge of what is possible or responds to customers like they do. In this time of outlandish ammo prices, kel-tec has stepped up by offering the plr16 and su16 in .22 caliber, presumably so that shooting more often is affordable. This is fantastic! By extension, Kel-tec's most popular gun is the p3at. 380 ammo prices are ridiculous. hows for a .22 version of the p3at, which would serve both the p32 and p3at crowds well. Heck, even the ultra-sensitive to recoil might use it as a stand-alone carry piece. Who wouldn't like to get more practice with thier carry gun (or .22 version thereof)? The adage has been put out there that the p3at is a gun to be carried a lot and shot a little. If I'm carrying it, I want to be as good with it as possible. I'm for lots of shooting. So, any chance for a .22 version of the p3at?